Injustice Scalia

A recent article in The New York Times reported on two U.S. Supreme Court decisions in which Justice Antonin Scalia illogically dissented.

In the first, the Court invalidated a Los Angeles ordinance allowing police officers to inspect hotel and motel registries without a warrant. I don’t know whether the U.S. Constitution protects the privacy of guest registries, but Justice Scalia’s argument against such protection is plainly wrong. Continue reading